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Custom Land & Boat
Safari Excursions
to the
Brazilian Rainforest

(Manaus and the Pantanal)

Meeting of the Waters and the Guedes Floodland
Land-Based Programs - Manaus
Hotel Packages Itineraries
Tropical Hotel Manaus
Caesar Business Hotel Manaus
 
Manaus Jungle Lodges
Amazon Ecopark
Anavilhanas Jungle Lodge
Amazon Ecopark - 2, 3 & 4 Days
Anavilhanas Jungle Lodge - 3 & 4 Days
Ship-Based Programs - Manaus
(Sorted by class, then # of pax - descending)
Cruises - The Ships
Cruise Itineraries
Deluxe Class
# Pax Cruise Length
M/V Iberostar Grand Amazon
148
M/V Iberostar Grand Amazon - 4, 5 & 8 Days
Superior First Class
# Pax Cruise Length
M/V Amazon Clipper Premium
32
M/V Amazon Clipper Premium - 3, 4 & 6 Days
M/V Otter Premium
18
M/V Otter Premium - 3, 4 & 6 Days
First Class
# Pax Cruise Length
M/Y Tucano
18
M/Y Tucano - 5 & 7 Days
Tourist Class
# Pax Cruise Length
M/V Amazon Clipper
16
M/V Amazon Clipper - 3, 4 & 6 Days
Land-Based Programs - Pantanal
Pousada do Rio Mutum Pousada do Rio Mutum - 4, 5 & 6 Days

Amazon River, Manaus, BrazilOne of the world’s wonders, the Amazon has fascinated travelers and dreamers since its discovery in 1542 by Francisco de Orellana. It is 3,900 miles long, carries 365 times as much water as the Mississippi and is over seven miles wide at Manaus, a point located 1,000 miles from the Atlantic. The basin, drained by the river and its more than 1,000 tributaries, is the last great wooded wilderness of its kind. It contains over half the world’s species of birds and thousands of species of mammals and plants. Transportation in this enormous region is mainly on rivers, streams, canals and oxbow lakes, which crisscross the surface. River people and tribes of Indians deep in the jungle constitute this region's sparse population. However, the push of industrialization and the ecological damage it inherently causes continue to threaten this delicate ecosystem.
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